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Making Business Personal Pays Off

Making Business Personal Pays Off

By Shayne Hughes We love to see research that highlights how working on ourselves as leaders is the highest act of leadership. Harvard Business Review recently published an article by some of our favorite people in the field of behavioral change. Harvard Graduate School of Education professor Robert Kegan and lecturer Lisa Lahey, authors of ... Read More
 

What Male Leaders Desperately Want

Learning as Leadership’s work is more than just teaching executives to be effective in their leadership, or to build high-performing teams and cultures. It’s about supporting men and women in positions of weighty responsibility to let go of their Egosystem and rediscover their humanity. This makes them far more inspiring and trusted leaders, allows their ... Read More
 
How to Conduct Your Own In-Depth 360º Feedback

How to Conduct Your Own In-Depth 360º Feedback

by Jonathan London, Feedback Specialist  Feedback. It’s not a word that typically conjures up a ton of positive feelings. Throw “360º” in the mix, and many people’s eyes glaze over. But people don’t inherently dislike feedback. I actually think most of us crave specific information on how we’re perceived, how we impact those around us, ... Read More
 

We are Links in a Chain

By Noah Nuer, Chairman, LaL A CEO who was attending the first seminar in our 4-Mastery program shared with me his quandary: Over the course of his career, he had worked with many outstanding individual contributors, but he wasn’t sure he was ever part of a real team. In other words, his teams had always ... Read More
 
The Power of Seeing Ourselves from the Outside

The Power of Seeing Ourselves from the Outside

By Jonathan London Do you really know how you come across to others? If you’re anything like me, you have some image in your mind of how people see you. Sometimes, the image is slightly better than the reality. Earlier today, I glanced at a mirror while making a purchase at an electronics store, and ... Read More
 
Emptying our Psychological Closet

Emptying our Psychological Closet

By Carole Levy To create change and novelty in our life, we first need to empty our psychological closet. We don’t need to get rid of everything, but mixed in with our life experiences – events, conclusions, accomplishments, failures, dreams – are habits that clutter and confuse us. To create space for the emotions and ... Read More
 

The Power of WeLead to Change Organizational Culture

A culture of authenticity, inspiration and ego-free relationships will inspire your people to take risks, go the extra mile and surpass performance expectations. Time and again, we have seen how grateful people are when leaders create cultures that make that possible. If your organization could use this, consider holding a WeLead, LaL’s in-house leadership development ... Read More
 
Finding Your Groove in Giving Performance Reviews

Finding Your Groove in Giving Performance Reviews

By Filaree Radich “It’s that time again. Ugh.” In a recent coaching call, one of my clients expressed a familiar dissatisfaction. It was performance review time, and he had several performance reviews to prepare. He was concerned that he was going to spend a lot of time preparing and giving the reviews, but that it ... Read More
 

LaL in Forbes!

Learning as Leadership goes to extremes to reduce internal emails — and lives to report the time-saving insights Is your organization’s internal email filling up your inbox? Did you just receive three more while reading this one? Do you ever feel like most of it could have been handled better by a different, less time-consuming, ... Read More